Since its inception in 2011, the Federal Risk and Authorization Management Program (FedRAMP) has played a vital role in the U.S. government's cloud security strategy, providing a standardized risk-based approach for assessing, authorizing, and continuously monitoring cloud products and services used by federal agencies. Recently, NIST Special Publication (SP) 800-53, Revision 5 was published to represent the new generation of security and privacy controls enforced to strengthen and support the Federal Government.
With its publication followed the 2023 release of the FedRAMP Revision 5 control baseline, which has brought forward questions and uncertainty on impacted security and privacy requirements needed to achieve FedRAMP Authorization. Fortunately, with expertise provided by Quzara, LLC., and Schellman & Company, LLC., in coordination with Carahsoft, we will deep dive into the major impacts of this publication, discuss how to adapt to and implement these changes, and demystify the FedRAMP Revision 5 deltas bring forth clarity for all Cloud Service Providers regardless of the stage in their compliance journey.
In this webinar we will cover the following:
- What Revision 5 is and what it has impacted.
- How Revision 5 has impacted Cloud Service Providers’ current authorization journeys.
- Strategies for adapting to Revision 5 changes.
- How Quzara, Schellman, and Carahsoft can support and assist in future compliance and authorization efforts